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Past articles by Julian:

El Paso expands capacity to assist migrants ahead of post-Title 42 surge

El Paso County officials on Thursday gave reporters a tour of the new building where Providencia contractors can assist up to 1,000 released migrants per day. One commissioner said fewer than 100 migrants are showing up these days given border crossings have plummeted since early January. → Read More

New Mexico border town booming thanks to pot sales

Business is booming in Sunland Park thanks to legalized marijuana sales. → Read More

Biden must address role of immigrants during State of the Union

President Biden must highlight the role of new Americans in the economy and push for comprehensive immigration reform in his State of the Union address Tuesday, advocates say. → Read More

Migrant releases could be norm under Title 8, experts say

Before there was Title 42, border agents used Title 8 of the U.S. Code to send back hundreds of thousands of migrants who had come across the border without authorization. → Read More

Escobar: Red Cross to set up shelter for up to 10,000 migrants in El Paso

The City of El Paso’s migrant dashboard on Monday, which is based on data reported by U.S. Customs and Border Protection and various other institutions, showed only 1,334 migrant apprehensions by CBP the previous day, 636 releases of paroled migrants to area nonprofits and zero street releases. The dashboard also showed 3,095 migrants in federal custody. → Read More

Oaxaca artisans bring magic of hand-made goods, traditional food to border

Two dozen native artisans and vendors are holding a fair with textiles, pottery, handicrafts, food and beverages from the southern state of Oaxaca. → Read More

El Paso wants feds to reimburse $6.1 million in migrant costs

EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) – The City Council on Tuesday will discuss extending through November an emergency ordinance to deal with an ongoing humanitarian and public safety migrant crisis. The move comes as federal authorities continue to release more migrants in El Paso than anywhere else in Texas. Data released during Monday’s City Council […] → Read More

U.S. ambassador tours migrant facilities in El Paso and Juarez

U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Ken Salazar was in Juarez on Tuesday to tour a migrant shelter and attend a reading fair with the wife of the president of Mexico. He was also in El Paso to visit a U.S. Border Patrol’s temporary processing facility near the border wall. → Read More

El Paso wants non-stop flights to Mexico

El Paso wants to reestablish direct flights to Mexico, something the business community and City Council members say will boost business and tourism and help families reconnect with loved ones across the border. → Read More

Civil rights group expanding footprint on Texas-Mexico border

A civil rights group focusing on migrants is expanding its footprint in Texas. → Read More

Pugs reunited with migrant owners at end of 3,000-mile trek from Venezuela

“You never know what the Border Patrol is going to encounter at the border. We’re trying to be humane, not only with the people, but also with the animals we encounter.” El Paso Border Patrol Sector Chief Agent Gloria I. Chavez → Read More

GOP campaign ads warning of ‘invasion’ are racist, activists say

Right-wing candidates are increasingly calling the migrant surge at the southern border an invasion so they can scare voters into casting ballots for them in November, immigrant advocates said in a teleconference Tuesday. → Read More

Texas State Guard ousted from farmworkers’ center

Long-time civil rights advocate says having soldiers in his building sends wrong message to community → Read More

Texas State Guard troops arrive at El Paso migrant busing site

Members of the Texas State Guard on Monday morning could be seen inside a community center in Downtown El Paso that has served as a staging point to bus released migrants to New York City. → Read More

Trade council wants to bring back manufacturing to El Paso

EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) – Historians and labor advocates remember how El Paso was once a major apparel manufacturing hub in the Southwest. Farah Inc., for instance, operated five factories in El Paso that employed at least 3,000, according to the Texas Stated Historical Association. → Read More

Arrests deal ‘devastating blow’ to transnational smuggling gang after migrant woman’s death in Texas

Law enforcement officials have solved the death of an Indigenous Guatemalan woman in Crane County, Texas, last year – and in the process taken down the leaders of a ruthless international human smuggling organization. → Read More

‘Virtual kidnapping’ ruse lures border residents into Mexico

Virtual or “fake” kidnappings have been around for a long time, but criminals have come up with a dangerous twist, local law enforcement officials say. → Read More

Mexico reporting substantial increase in migrants from Africa

A total of 3,346 citizens of Senegal, Angola, Congo, Ghana and neighboring countries requested humanitarian visas in Mexico during the first six months of 2022, compared to 1,901 requests in all of 2021, said Andres Ramirez, director of Mexico’s Refugee Commission, or COMAR. → Read More

Headless body found in Juarez, third one this month

Two new suspected acts of drug-related terror are being reported in the state of Chihuahua, where drug gangs continue to fight for territory and expanding drug sales. → Read More

Hundreds of asylum-seekers taken out of Title 42, allowed to approach El Paso ports

Federal officials have started a pilot program to take vulnerable migrants out of Title 42 protocol and allow them to approach U.S. ports of entry. → Read More